Browse by Tags
» Books (good ones)
MSDN Magazine (née Microsoft Systems Journal) was born October 1986. Here is a photo of the first issue -
A very nice book, courtesy of RedGate ( the tools people ): 'Jit N' Run - The Best of SimpleTalk - ASP.Net** Download it here... **15 articles by esteemed .NET community authors , covering different areas of ASP.NET development, including ASP.NET master...
Chris Bowen is going to present at the Connecticut .NET Developers Group meeting on 26th Sept (Tues 6-8PM). Chris is a co-author on the new book on the Visual Studio 2005 Team System . More event details at the CTDOTNET website .
A new book about the CLR that has got some rave reviews from Sam & Robert - Got to get that one - Customizing the CLR .
Donald Knuth's Magnum Opus is getting another volume - The Art of Computer Programming Vol 4 and it should be out soon. One of my favorite bookstores (BookPool) has an excerpt from it . The AoCP is the source for computer science algorithms and data structures...
In these blog postings, I have seen several references to the 80/20 Rule (aka Pareto Principle but which is actually a misnomer ) . I bought this book at a used bookstore and got a lot out of it for less than ten bucks! It's a general, very-readable introduction...
Chapter 6 of Effective C# - Distinguish between Value Types and Reference Types is here [ PDF format ]. Better still - get the book: Effective C#.